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If you were worried about the cliff hanger ending of "The Lost Boys 2", fear no longer! Word is that The Lost Boys 3: The Thirst is about to begin shooting! Returning are Corey Feldman and Jamison Newlander as the frog brothers. No word on Corey Haim yet and if we're lucky, it will stay that way.

The trailer for Stan Helsing is now online. Packed with some high end humor parodying the likes of Freddy, Jason, Pinhead and Leatherface, this has highbrow written all over it! In actuality, it would appear that the only thing separating this from "Scary Movie 6" is a Wayans brother.

David Cronenberg to remake his own "The Fly" remake. Wait... what? Really? Sadly, yes.

Here's the trailer for "The Cell 2". So ya, that happened. The film goes direct to DVD on June 16th.

A list of the schools that will be used as external locations for the "Nightmare on Elm St." remake shoot, which will apparently be shot in Chicago. Area students over 16 are welcome to audition as extras. The film begins shooting May 5th under the direction of Samuel Bayer.

Bill Murray to have a cameo in Woody Harrelson's zomcom "Zombieland", a film which just got a lot cooler.

Here's your "bang your head off your desk" story for Monday morning. "Videodrome" is being remade at Universal as a "large-scale sci-fi thriller". Oh boy, that's up there with one of the worst sentences I've ever had to type on this site.

But wait... there's more to this story than meets the eye. Universal has also put Gore Verbinski's adaptation of "Bioshock" on hiatus because of money concerns. So let's recap. The same company that doesn't have money for the amazing original property "Bioshock", does have the money to remake a dumbed down version of "Videodrome" as some sort of big budget action/sci-fi movie. Kind of gives you the warm & fuzzies, doesn't it?

It's being reported that Robert Rodriguez is aiming to shoot "Machete", the full version of his "Grindhouse" trailer, in June. Danny Trejo to star. This should be interesting.

As if I didn't hate kids enough already, this week's selection is David Cronenberg's "The Brood".

We do our damndest to understand what's going on in Clive Barker's "Nightbreed", and a friend of ours calls in with some bad news.